Stockholm-based Metronome Film & Television, which has been owned by Shine Group since 2009, has been rebranded as Shine Nordics.

The group comprises Meter Television, STO-CPH Produktion, Filmlance International and Friday TV in Sweden; Rubicon TV and Metronome Spartacus in Norway; Shine Finland in Finland, Metronome Productions and Heartland in Denmark. Other assets are the post-production facility Studios A/S in Denmark and Metronome Rental Post in Sweden. Metronome’s portfolio includes the Swedish/Danish crime series The Bridge (Filmlance) and Norwegian fish out of water showLilyhammer (Rubicon TV) that together have been sold to over 130 territories.

Gary Carter, chairman of Northern Europe at Shine Group, said: “Shine Nordics clarifies the relationship to the parent company and better reflects the companies’ role within a truly international production group.”

Shine Nordics’ CFO is Bertil Rosenlund who oversees all the finance departments in Sweden, Denmark Norway and Finland.

via the Nordisk Film and TV Fond

Emma Vestrheim is the editor-in-chief of Cinema Scandinavia. Originally from Australia, she is now based in Bergen, Norway, and attends major Nordic film festivals to conduct interviews and review new films.